Aldermaston Pubs | West Berkshire Villages

Aldermaston Pubs | West Berkshire Villages

| Pubs near Aldermaston are most notably, The Butt Inn and The Hinds Head,  and The Old Mill.

The Butt Inn | West Berkshire Villages

The Butt Inn is located alongside the Kennet Canal and Aldermaston Wharf, a fine area for walking, cycling and canal boats, all trips starting and finishing at The Butt Inn!

The pub is named after the archery butts located in the field opposite and the building dates back to the 1920’s.

Inside the Butt inn, you will find a fresh dining area, where food is served all day, their main bar area which features a roaring fire in the Winter, and their lounge area with lovely big comfy sofas.

Drop them a line or just go on over and checkout their menus, real ales, delicious wines and cocktails.

Dogs are welcome in the bar and lounge area and they also have a great beer garden with plenty of free parking.

In a rush or just passing?  Grab a great tasting takeaway coffee.

The Hinds Head | West Berkshire Villages

The Hind’s Head  is a beautifully restored 15th Century coaching inn in Aldermaston. With fresh food, real ales on tap and 15 superb bedrooms, the pub promises a great place to dine, drink and stay.

When you dine at The Hind’s Head, you can look forward to fresh, seasonal, locally sourced ingredients – the very best of British produce – in delightful dishes cooked to order by their talented team of chefs.

There is bespoke British cuisine on their menus, in the shape of delicious pies (served with mash or chips, fresh vegetables and extra gravy) and locally sourced Owton’s black pudding – handcrafted by Robert Owton and his award-winning team in Hampshire.

They have  a mouthwatering array of delicious daily specials too, plus fresh, aromatic seasonal soups, and gourmet bar snacks.

With cask ales, world wines, spirits and soft drinks available at the bar,  they are  proud to offer a drinks selection that caters for every taste and occasion.

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